|The Dayaks: Peoples of the Borneo Rainforest V 20 - Penn Museum|
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Keywords: Dayaks; Dayak people; Borneo; University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; Exhibits; Borneo; rainforest
|Borneo Exhibit V 320 - Penn Museum|
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Keywords: Borneo; Penn Museum; University Museum; Exhibits; Harrison Furness and Hiller expedition; Dayak people; Dayaks
|Medical Geography Instructions for the Malay Archipelago - Arthur Bordier|
This classic 1879 paper presented to the Anthropology Society of Paris by Doctor Arthur Bordier constitutes the greatest 19th Century overview of the Malay Archipelago's (i.e., Indonesia's) races and the various diseases and maladies that afflict them. Bordier, who was Professor of Medical Geography at the School of Anthropology in Paris, besides discussing these maladies (dysentery, cholera, hepatitis, etc.) and the cures or treatments employed by the archipelago's indigenes for them, covers ma...
Keywords: Arthur Bordier; Robert K. Stevenson; Indonesia; Malaysia; Malay Archipelago; Java; Sumatra; Borneo; Timor; Moluccas; Celebes; Philippines; Flores Island; New Guinea; Sunda Islands; Dutch East Indies; Cochin China; dysentery; hepatitis; cholera; intermittent fever; leprosy; beriberi; syphilis; amuck; malaria; monsoon; humidity; intertropical pathology; black or yellow or white race; Negritos; Malays; Tagals; Dagangs; Dayaks; Aetas; Alfurus; Aryans; Europeans; Spaniards; Indo-Chinese; Chinese; Arabs; Igorots; Daras; Bataks; Passumahs; Malayo-Polynesian; Papuans; Hindus; betel leaf; poison-tipped arrows; gecko; high population density
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|Concerning Japanese Origins - Lev Mechnikov|
In this classic 1881 presentation to the Anthropology Society of Paris, Lev Mechnikov discusses the racial origins of the Japanese people. Mechnikov details certain customs of the lower classes (tattooing, wearing few clothes during the summer, etc.) which point to a tropical land origin of a significant percentage of the Japanese population. In noting that "the Japanese nation does not have a visible quality of ethnic homogeneity," Mechnikov describes the two main types of Japanese: the Malayo-...
Keywords: Lev Mechnikov; Robert K. Stevenson; Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages; Arthur Bordier; Gustave Le Bon; Antoine Foley; Anthropology Society of Paris; Japan; Korea; China; Borneo; Land of the Rising Sun; kingdom of Yamato; Kyushu; Osaka; Kirishima; Strait of Tsushima; Kuroshio; black current; Formosa; Luchu; Andamans; Philippines; Mindanao; Inland Sea; Far East; Japanese; Ainus; Mongol; Dayaks; Kumaso; Yemisi; Negrito; Chinese; Jimmu; Empress Jingo; Kojiki; Takatriho; Takamagahara; Satsuma; tattooing; arabesques; flat nose
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